9 Health Fair
CCSD is sponsoring a 9Health Fair at Smoky Hill High School on April 20th and we hope that parents, staff and community members utilize this valuable health & wellness resource.
Please open the pdf for more information.
AMERICAN MATH COMPETITION
The Smoky Hill Math Department is pleased to announce the winners of the American Math Competition (AMC), which took place on February 5, 2013. The top scorers on the AMC 12 were Christopher Hoyt -1st place, Susan Niederhoff – 2nd Place, and Joshua Morsicato 3rd place. The top scorers in the AMC 10 were Joyce Lee – 1st place, Ria Kim – 2nd place, and Mina Mungekar – 3rd Place. The Math Department would like to thank all of the students who participated in this annual math competition.
Christopher Hoyt also qualified to take the AIME (American Invitational Mathematics Examination) which will be held on March 14th.
The Cherry Creek School District will offer drivers education classes during the school year. The schedule of classes and registration information will be available on the following website: www.cherrycreekschools.org/athleticsactivities/driversed
Tuesday, April 9, 2013 ~ 9:15 a.m.–11:15 a.m.
“Eyes Wide Open: A Brave New Look at Bullying”
Presented by CCSD professionals, Dr. Marla Bonds, PBIS/Intervention Coordinator and Stacey Brandon, M.S.W., Safety & Intervention Coach. In this presentation and discussion parents will be challenged to expand their vision of bullying. We will examine the prevalence of bullying in youth sports and activities. How do we know if our children are being bullied or doing the bullying themselves during their favorite activity? We will discuss how to discern if bullying is actually happening and when and how to intervene.
Additionally, we will encourage participants to broaden their vision while looking at our own behaviors on the sidelines, with coaches or in adult organizations. Are we modeling positive bystander responses when we see bullying or harassment happen in the adult world? Be brave and bring an open mind as we re-examine our own interactional patterns and explore the power of modeling as parents.
Presentations are held the first Tuesday of each month and are FREE.
Meetings are held at the Student Achievement Resource Center (SARC),
14188 Briarwood Avenue, Centennial, south of Arapahoe Rd., between Potomac and Jordan Roads
Come at 9:00 a.m. for refreshments and networking
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
May 7th Annual PIN Brunch held at CC Presbyterian Church Community Life Center
National Speaker: Mary Ronan, “Loving, Limiting & Leading your Child
with Laughter & Joy”
See attached PDF for more information on the PIN Brunch.
For more information go to: www.PINccsd.org
CHERRY CREEK COMMUNITY LEGISLATIVE NETWORK
For upcoming events the CCLN calendar for 2012 - 2013 can also be downloaded.
cccln annual calendar.pdf
SMOKY HILL HIGH SCHOOL
Teachers of the Year
Tim Brown & Nick Droege
We are excited to announce that the Smoky Hill community, students, and staff have selected Tim Brown and Nick Droege as the 2012-2013 Smoky Hill High School Teachers of the Year. Tim is a remarkable drama and technical theater teacher, serves as the Performing Arts Department Coordinator, and directs all of Smoky Hill’s drama performances. Nick is an outstanding English teacher and has served as our Speech & Debate coach. They are great representatives of all the outstanding teachers we have in our building. Congratulations to both!
Cherry Creek School District is committed to the health and wellness of the whole student and has set a goal to be the healthiest community in the nation.
In order to further this goal CCSD Health Services is excited to partner with CIIS (Colorado Immunization Information System) and CDPHE (Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment) to help maintain current immunization records and increase immunization rates for our students. CIIS is a confidential, population-based, computerized system that collects and disseminates consolidated immunization information for Coloradans of all ages.
Under Colorado law you have the option to exclude your child’s immunization information from the Colorado Immunization Information System at any time. Please click the below link or contact your school nurse for Opt-Out instructions.
WANT YOUR CHECKOUT DAY TO GO FASTER? HERE’S HOW:
Senior Checkout Day – Friday, May 17th
Return all textbooks and library books to department resource centers and library before senior checkout day. Be sure to clear up any fines and return all athletic gear/uniforms to your coach before checkout day!
And Remember . . .
All fees and fines must be paid and athletic uniforms returned in order to participate in the graduation ceremony. For your convenience, payments for other Cherry Creek middle and high school fees and fines may be submitted to Smoky Hill. The funds will be forwarded to the appropriate Cherry Creek school. Please contact the appropriate middle school or high school prior to senior checkout to address questions. If a school is making an adjustment, please ask them to send documentation via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) by May 14. Also, please note that SHHS will no longer accept checks from a senior after Wednesday, May 1.
Contact the Bookkeeping Office at 720-886-5436 with questions or to make credit card (Visa, MasterCard or Discover) payments over the phone.
If documentation is not received by Tuesday, May 14, payment will be required (cash or credit card only) on senior checkout day.
Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office Awards Smoky Hill Automotive Program
Smoky Hill High School’s Automotive Technology Program was recently recognized for partnering with their “Take it to the Track" program. The "Take it to the Track" program has been created by the Colorado State Patrol and Bandimere Speedway to provide a positive alternative to illegal street racing by providing a controlled, safe, and fun drag racing program available to all Colorado teens.
Two years ago, Smoky Hill Automotive Technology instructor Brian Manley contacted the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office in regards to assisting with the Sheriff’s Take It to the Track Program. Sheriff Hans Gross and Sheriff Grayson Robinson provided a 2006 Dodge Magnum from their fleet, along with $5,000 worth of speed equipment to build their race car. Selected Level II and III students removed the engine to install a high performance camshaft and torque converter, a high flow exhaust, upgraded differential gears, and an enhanced engine computer program.
The car has been participating Wednesday nights during the past two summers at Bandimere Speedway, and the sheriff is pleased that their vehicle is more competitive, and that they are having positive interactions with our school community.
The Sheriff’s Office, the students, and the Fraternal Order of Police all contributed their time and expertise toward this worthy project. It is estimated that students saved the Sheriff’s Office about $3,000 in labor costs.
For their commendable community spirit, the Smoky Hill Auto Technology Program is awarded the Sheriff’s Office “Certificate of Recognition.”
GRADUATES AND THEIR PARENTS/GUARDIANS
7:00 p.m., Auditorium
Tuesday, April 16 (A-L)
Wednesday, April 17 (M-Z)
Any student planning to march in the graduation ceremony
must attend one of these meetings with a parent or guardian.
If you are unable to attend your assigned night,
please attend the alternate night.